As the NBA calendar makes its homestretch towards the playoffs, the Utah Jazz are left staring fate in the eyes. After finishing a very reasonable 20-game platter at 12-8, the injury-prone Jazz will enter the most pivotal final games of the season. It starts tonight at Milwaukee.
Coach Ty Corbin and supporting players have expressed their remaining optimism for the treacherous journey that lies ahead, but the reality of how it has played out so far has fans shaking their heads.
The irony in the way things have turned out so far is the fact that the Jazz are essentially where they were before a highly winnable games resulted in a just above average winning percentage. While being able to lean on signature wins against Miami, Oklahoma City, and San Antonio, they just dropped their third straight before taking out the lowly Charlotte Bobcats on Friday night.
Utah currently sits in the seventh spot in the Western Conference playoff picture. They trail Golden State by hal...